|Rachel Gragson (#47262755)|
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|I'm a retired college music teacher and just retired as a church organist. In the last couple of years I've become addicted to genealogy and am building a tree on Ancestry.com. I'm interested in finding pictures of as many of my ancestors as possible. Addy, Stafford, Weber, and Gragson are some of the names I'm researching.|
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|Joyce Niswander||RE: Alesch headstones|
You're welcome. Thank you for getting back to me on the Alesch Family.
|Ed & Susan Dunn||RE: Rachel Gray|
You are very welcome
Great! I have a John Addy who was married to an aunt from a few generations back. Lots of Addy's in the Coshocton area. Good luck in your future searching, Sandy Wilson.
You are very welcome. There are some other Normans in that cemetery, not sure if they are related.
I have some Addy's in my lineage, do you happen to know who Margaret Addy Norman's parents were?
|Lynn Brooks Ellis||RE: George Gray and Uvea Denton|
You're welcome. Sorry I couldn't find Rachel Gray.
|Debra"Polly"~♫ღ♫~||Thanks for the photo!|
Thanks so much for the lovely photo of Henry Chubb's gravestone. So glad someone made a new one! God Bless. ;D
|Debra"Polly"~♫ღ♫~||RE: Henry and Rachel Harmen Chubb|
Hi. I've made note of that on her memorial and hopefully at some point someone can find her gravestone and post it and say which cemetery she was found in. Thanks. ;D
Just a friendly reminder about my request. I know how fast the days gos by and your always doing some thing I just thought I would kind of reremind you Thanks for all your help with F.A,G and please keep up the great work
|TurningHearts||Dr. Crawley Jenkins|
Thanks for updating this site.
Family photos can sometimes be found at deadfred.com
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